Police, thieves, enemies and trolls

A letter published in today’s Guardian speculates on the reasons for the Crown Prosecution Service announcement on Wednesday that a man connected to the murder of PC Yvonne Fletcher outside the Libyan embassy in 1984 cannot be prosecuted for reasons of national security:

• The UK government’s case has always been that the Libyans shot dead PC Yvonne Fletcher out of pure wickedness – implausible prima facie because it would make the closure of the Libyan People’s Bureau inevitable. In fact the UK government was warned by the Libyans several times on 16 and 17 April 1984 – both in Tripoli and London – that they expected trouble involving firearms. Western intelligence knew well that the violent Libyan dissident faction it supported – Al-Burkan – had agents inside the embassy. Outside the building, Saleh Ibrahim Mabrouk uttered the last warning to police on the morning of the shooting and was promptly arrested; he was in custody when the shots were fired.

Despite the deafening warnings, the UK government took no preventive action – not even surveillance cameras were positioned – and several individuals escaped from the rear of the LPB before the lockdown began. No wonder they still want to keep it all secret under the “national security” blanket.
Dr Kevin Bannon
London

This, of course, will not be heartening news for British police officers. One sets out with noble intentions of serving Queen and country – to whom one swears an oath of allegiance – and then one is brutally assassinated. The culprit walks free, leaving friends, family more aggrieved than ever and colleagues bitterly contemplating the possibility of the same happening to them. Yet another indication of the level of decrepit corruption prevalent within our Establishment.

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How ‘anti-racism’ lobbyists are screwing the British public

Although no fan of Katie Hopkins, I do have sympathy with some of her views for the simple reason that she happens to be correct, sometimes. Take the latest scandal surrounding one of Hopkins’ provocative tweets which she was forced to delete following a typical onslaught by the usual virtue-signalling do-gooders’ failure to understand that ‘anti-racism’ is a code word for ‘anti-white’ :

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(For the sake of argument, here I’m referring to Hopkins’ own words and not the TV series Dear White People).

Lebanese-born Dom Joly is a comedian which perhaps partly explains his outrage. Maybe he was just trying to be funny? Sadly, no. Joly believes that in Britain blacks suffer far more discrimination than whites. His outburst would appear to suggest that whites – and in this particular case, Hopkins – are more racist than any other race simply because of the colour of their skin. In which case, doesn’t that make Joly just as ‘racist’ as Hopkins?

Moreover, despite the implied meaning of Hopkins’ tweet being wholly justified, Joly provides no counter evidence whatsoever, preferring instead to slate Hopkins as an evil racist who has no right to exist, in full glare of his 220k Twitter followers. If Hopkins said Joly had no right to exist, she’d be accused of hate speech.

Is Joly in some twisted way really suggesting that indisputable statistics relating to black on black violent crime would somehow be further proof of whites discriminating against blacks?

Poor black people have suffered sooooo terribly and have been sooooo oppressed by evil, colonising whites that we must never blame blacks for continually beating and killing each other – it’s not their fault. Whites are the guilty ones! Just look at history!

Cue the Leftist Liberal segment of British society shrivelling yet again under the huge weight of white guilt imposed, this time, by a non-white stand-up comic. These virtue signallers then sing the praises of the latter whilst patting themselves on the back as Hopkins is forced to pull her opinion from public view.

As Hopkins’ deletion shows, speaking the truth is now a potential hate crime. Likewise and without exception, the main ‘anti-racist’ organisations in the UK are doing all they can to set legal precedents which will ensure that, in future, ethnic white Brits will be harshly punished for thinking aloud and stating verifiable fact.

Who are the people behind these ‘anti-racism’ organisations? I’ve already written about Fiyaz Mughal – former director of Islamophobia monitoring organisation Tell Mama – here. Suffice it to say that as well as trying to screw ordinary Brits, Tell Mama also does its best to mess with members of the very same community it claims to represent. With former CST Chairman Richard Benson as president, the fact that so many British Muslims have such little faith in Tell Mama is no real surprise.

Leaving aside Jewish lobbying group CST and militant wing CAA for the moment, I would like to concentrate on another ‘anti-racist’ organisation, Nick Lowles’ Hope Not Hate.

As well as functioning as a registered charity which receives government funding, Hope Not Hate is also a company whose directors include snivelling ex-Bicom Labour MP, Ruth Smeeth. Lowles and Smeeth are both perfect examples of the utter hypocrisy of such organisations which exalt the ideologies of multiculturalism and equality whilst keeping their professional interests strictly within their own kosher network.

Last month, the entire website archives of Hope Not Hate were wiped and, despite search results still appearing on Google, all past links now lead to 404s. Where, oh where have all Matt Collins‘ smear blogs gone?! Down the pan, along with Hope Not Hate’s ‘charitable’ status?

Does this wiping of years’ worth of archives have something to do with Lowles’ announcement also last month of his intention to sue Nigel Farage for a comment made on LBC radio last December? In response to a tweet by Brendan Cox (widower of murdered MP Jo Cox) describing Farage as an ‘extremist’, Farage said that Cox would know all about extremism because of his links with Hope Not Hate, an organisation which uses undemocratic tactics against its political enemies.

At the time, Lowles used his influence to persuade The Guardian to publish a whole swathe of articles condemning Farage from the likes of Owen Jones and, err, himself. Lowles’ piece trumpets ‘a huge response’ to his plea for donations required to serve justice on the despicable and hateful Farage. Five months on: Lowles re-launches Hope Hot Hate’s website, re-launches his intention to sue Farage and re-launches an appeal asking for £100,000 – also via The Guardian. On the original donation page from last December, a disclaimer reads that, in the eventuality of any settlement outside court, donated funds will be put to further good use battling hatred. If there was already a huge response last December, where’s the money now and why the need to set up a new fund?

And what about Brendan Cox’s role in all this? The last time I checked, the Jo Cox Fund had already overreached its target by almost £500,000 and the money is still flooding in. As Hope Not Hate is one of the fund’s main beneficiaries, why can’t Lowles dip into his part of the surplus – let alone into his part of the official target sum of £1.5m? Are Lowles and Cox taking the good-natured British public for a ride?

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Perhaps afraid of pending legal consequences relating to his own organisation’s despicable record on targeting political enemies, Lowles should heed a similar case brought by Mughal against The Telegraph after columnist Andrew Gilligan also used the word ‘extremist’ in one of his articles to describe the then director of Tell Mama. Mughal lost his case, no doubt resulting in impending financial disaster for Tell Mama, thereafter heroically saved by the ensuing knight-in-shining-shekels arrival on the scene of Richard Benson.

Hope Not Hate’s dubious methods of trying to shame their political opponents into silence is common knowledge. Furthermore, Nigel Farage was criticising an organisation, not an individual.

Last night Hope Not Hate together with London Antifa managed to shut down a meeting of the Keep Talking Group which was due to host British author and historian Nick Kollerstrom speaking on the recent Westminster terror attack. Keep Talking is a non-politically aligned group which entertains speakers from a wide-ranging socio-political spectrum, including climate change skeptic, Piers Corbyn, and Danish false flag expert, Ole Dammergaard.

Hope Not Hate’s blog post, written by senior researcher Joe Mulhall (like Mughal, also a trustee at the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust) describes Kollerstrom as one of Britain’s ‘leading Holocaust deniers‘. In what way is last night’s attack – where an 80-year old attendee was injured – linked to last February’s similar assault at a London Forum meeting in Kensington? Is there any significance to the fact that the wiping of Hope Not Hate’s archives seems to coincide with Lowles now specifically targeting those associated with British nationalist intelligentsia and Jez Turner‘s London Forum? If so, then last night’s call out to Antifa gang thugs was surely a step too far?

‘Anti-hate’ groups which purport to uphold democratic values whilst behaving in direct opposition to such claims should be investigated – especially those masquerading as registered charities. These organisations’ main target is of course nationalism, which must not, at any cost, be allowed to flourish. ‘As we all know‘, pontificate Lowles, Cox, Mughal, Joly and an army of virtue-signalling leftist liberals, ‘Nationalism leads to death by insecticide poisoning on an industrial scale in gas chambers. Nationalism is the devil incarnate and those who partake must be burned at the stake – or at least executed socially and professionally. We will shut you down and burn all your books in the name of, err, anti-fascism.’

Don’t back the wrong horse and please don’t give your hard-earned money to traitorous scum who’ve grown rich and fat playing victim whilst tendering a begging bowl.  True patriotic nationalism transcends any traditional concept of Left-Right political ideology. The primary aim of organisations such as Hope Not Hate, aided and abetted by the corrupt creeps currently in power at Westminster, is to banish any nationalistic notion from the public psyche in the name of multicultural diversity, globalism and the status quo.

Rather than continuing to subscribe to failed dogma, it would be far more productive to write letters of complaint to the Charity Commission and to your MP. Even better, check out local nationalist groups and see what’s happening in your area. And if you really want to annoy the likes of Lowles and his Soros-funded Antifa thug cronies, come along to the next meeting of the London Forum.

UK media crucifixion of Jeremy Corbyn suggests Zionist allegiance

One item of news this past week in the Jewish Chronicle and on ITV was the announcement that David Cameron’s Holocaust Memorial Foundation has commissioned a Bafta-winning film company to record the testimonies of Jewish survivors who escaped to Britain during or after WW2.

September 2013, David Cameron announced the creation of a ‘cross party’ Holocaust Commission whose job it would be to deliver recommendations on “ what more needs to be done to ensure Britain has a permanent and fitting memorial and the educational resources needed for generations to come.” The Commission is chaired by Britain’s most powerful Jew and – as befittingly titled by the Jewish Chronicle -‘boss in town’ Mick ‘miner’ Davis, and declares to provide as part of its mission

factual information about what happened, linked to other resources which already provide critical information and education

and to convey

the enormity of the Holocaust and its impact; in particular the loss to mankind of the destruction of European Jewry

… whatever that means.

Jewish Chronicle contributor Geoffrey Alderman already expressed several noteworthy reservations in an opinion piece published February 2014 :

I’m all in favour of Holocaust education. But, unless I’m much mistaken, the Holocaust is already part of the national curriculum. It hardly needs a Downing Street commission to press home the point, does it?

Despite Alderman’s protestations and a plethora of memorials and organisations which already exist (including Holocaust Educational Trust, the National Holocaust Centre and even a Department of Education-funded UCL masters qualification in Holocaust Education) it would appear that the new project is forging ahead, nicely aided by £50m of funding as promised by the Prime Minister.

If I’d opted to stay at my desk rather than choosing the sofa in preparation to watch Ken Livingstone on BBC Question Time, I wouldn’t have seen the short segment on ITV news: clips of testimonials interspersed with the usual dread-laden voiceover from a ‘journalist’ readily associating misleading terms such as ‘death camp’ with Bergen-Belsen. The coverage is further (dis)graced by newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky’s ‘Never again’ pathos, failing to point out that the same issues which caused the Holocaust in the first place have been happening ever since in occupied Palestine.

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Why there is nothing about this story elsewhere in the press is a mystery, although further announcements regarding UKHMF are expected early 2016, possibly to include building plans for the foundation’s forthcoming ‘education’ centre. The Imperial War Museum is one of the contenders as well as other sites along the Thames. The first person to perform a quenelle outside the new premises should definitely be nominated for both the Quenelle d’Or and Faurisson Trophy awards.

Speaking of quenelles, Dieudonné announced in a new video yesterday that his lawyers have managed to secure a 27,000 euro subsidy from the French Minister of Culture, Fleur Pellerin. This news will no doubt displease Dieudo’s detractors, in particular Belgian Jewish associations who were shouting victory in reports of a three-month jail sentence handed to the comedian earlier this week.

Crucify him !

Press treatment of Dieudonné in France bears several extraordinary similarities to that meted out in the UK towards Jeremy Corbyn: accusations of anti-Semitism (when the ‘offence’ is in fact anti-Zionism) and allegations of being an apologist for ‘terrorism’ abound in regard to both men. As with the French (and now international) press’ attitude towards Dieudonné, UK pundits’ muckraking on the subject of Corbyn and his supporters is rather like watching a re-enactment of parts of the New Testament, coordinated amongst others by The Guardian’s Jonathan Freeland, The Times’ Oliver Kamm and the Jewish Chronicle’s Stephen Pollard.

Here, I’d like to refer to the blog post I wrote earlier this week which shows Pollard and Kamm using info from an anonymous Twitter troll in order to force left-wing, veteran Labour MP for Newport, Paul Flynn, to delete a retweet. The scandal was centred around the Sun newspaper’s shoddy poll which alleged that one in five British Muslims were sympathetic towards jihadis. For some reason, after deleting his RT, Flynn decided to block Kamm. Here’s Kamm’s reaction :

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The result of Kamm’s threat is best seen in The Huff Post’s publication last Friday, November 27, of yet another Corbyn smear piece featuring – yes, you’ve guessed it – Paul Flynn as Judas. Does the amount of muck being raked by neocons against Corbyn (and against shadow chancellor John McDonnell) suggest that there’s an even greater mountain of dirt hidden behind all the smearing and faux-disdain? What to think of Jewish Chronicle editor Stephen Pollard’s friend and fellow columnist Jonathan Hoffman’s links to far right neo-Nazi EDL and the outlawed JDL Jewish terrorist org?

With Blairites like Kamm and Freedland on board, UK mainstream media’s CrucifyCorbyn™ campaign thinks it can go ahead full steam, seemingly ignorant of the fact that its MO is now completely transparent to a general public more aware than ever before, mainly thanks to the Internet and sharing of information via modern pioneers such as DieudonnéGilad Atzmon and David Icke.

As expected, press double standards will persist and a new, totally unnecessary and hideously expensive Holocaust education centre will be inaugurated to the sound of mass weeping, inappropriate use of non-factual evidence by journalists and pathos gushing forth from TV presenters in order to ensure that nice fat pay check keeps on coming.

Once the centre is open, government funding will no doubt be available to subsidise school trips. I imagine there’ll be a coffee area and gift shop selling books and mass-produced memorabilia. Would it be worth the Holocaust Commission considering the possibility of a ‘Holocaust revisionism‘ section either inside the centre itself or, discreetly, on a lower shelf in the gift shop book section (perhaps next to the new edition of Anne Frank’s Diary now Anne & Otto Frank and possibly several other people’s Diary?) After all, revisionism is a booming online grassroots industry and, as we all know, there’s no business like Shoah business.